There were many trends spotted at the men's runways of Autumn Winter 2020-2021. The male wardrobe was adorned with furs and fur coats that were not only used as outwear, but also as luxurious ornamental accessories. The deconstruction technique spotted by Sacai and Y / PROJECT makes its return this season in unexpected and modern results. At Paris Fashion Week, plastic materials triumph in the form of trench coats and rain-coats, but also in the form of transparent tops, which has become a new styling element stolen from the space age wardrobe of the 60s. Among the new interpretations of winter garments, designers have developed new types of duvet, perfect for practicality and comfort. For lovers of prints and patterns, they were all over the runway, with many print-mix graphics consisting of various overlaps and combinations.
One of the must-haves for men this Fall Winter 2020 season is fur. Interpreted as outerwear by Kim Jones for Dior and Kris Van Assche for Berluti , as a trendy shawl by Dries Van Noten and an ornamental accessory in the case of Raf Simons, it's a habit stolen from the women's wardrobe that has become a real trend in a fur-free era.
This time the trend is in the technique: deconstruction, from Sacai trench coats to Junya Watanabe blazers, in collaboration with Abarth and Pirelli. Deconstructed garments saw their return from the 90s catwalks, reinterpreted into new constructions and ways for the Autumn Winter 2020 season.
There were lots of down jackets, almost as a replacement for traditional wool coats, and sports jackets which emerged as must-haves for the cold season, from the oversized version of Dries Van Noten to the super-equipped version of Craig Green.